Eric Schmidt, chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, says the company is planning to expand its presence in China.
At the two-day TechCrunch Beijing summit on Tuesday, he says Google is in constant dialogue with Beijing as it seeks to better serve the country.
Schmidt did not provide details of what Google planned to expand or launch on the Chinese mainland.
However, industry watchers said it was likely that a Chinese version of Google's Android Play store for apps would be one of the first launches.
Five years ago, Google pulled its major services -- including online search, e-mail and mapping -- out of the Chinese mainland due to disagreements over industry regulations.